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Long-term blood sugar test (medical test): Another name for HbA1c Test.

Long-term blood sugar test (medical test): HbA1c is a long-term test of diabetic blood sugars. It gives a percentage of blood "glycosylation" of the hemoglobin (red blood cells),

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